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Ejan Mackaay

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Ejan Mackaay
Emeritus Professor of Law
LL.M., LL.D., (Amsterdam); LL.M. (Toronto)
Axe Droit et technologies d'information et de communication
Axe Droit et nouveaux rapports sociaux
Fields of interest : Civil law, Theory of Law, Law of Information and Communication Technologies, Intellectual Property
ejan.mackaay@umontreal.ca

Telephone: (514) 343-7533
Fax: (514) 343-2199

Physical address

3101, chemin de la Tour, room : A-8418
Montreal (Québec) Canada H3T 1J7

Postal address
Box 6128, Stn Centre-ville
Montreal (Quebec) Canada H3C 3J7


Ejan Mackaay

Biography

LL.M (Amsterdam), LL.M (Toronto), LL.D (Amsterdam). Over the years, my research has always been at the interface between law and neighbouring sciences, in particular computing science (computers and law; artificial intelligence and law; internet law) and the social sciences ("jurimetrics", law and economics). Currently my research interests lie principally in the economic analysis of law and in intellectual property. The economic analysis of law proposes an new reading of legal rules across fields of law to show their raison d'être and their underlying unity. It has been an important source of renewal in legal scholarship over the past quarter century. The economic analysis of law has come off to a slow start in French-speaking countries, contrary to what happened in several other legal cultures. My objective is to contribute significantly to the take-off of this approach in French-speaking legal cultures and to ensure a prime place to CRDP in this development.

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Publications and conferences

Publications depuis 2000

Publications majeures avant 2000

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Affiliations

Comités éditoriaux

1995- Membre du comité de rédaction de la Encyclopedia of Law & Economics, réparée sous la direction de Boudewijn Bouckaert et Gerrit De Geest, paru sur l'Internet en 1998 (http://allserv.rug.ac.be/~gdegeest/) et, en version imprimée, chez Edward Elgar (mai 2000)
1989- Membre du comité de rédaction de la revue Cahiers de propriété intellectuelle.
1992- Membre du comité de rédaction de la revue Droit de l'informatique et des télécoms.
1994- Membre du comité de rédaction de la revue European Journal of Law and Economics.

Professeur invité

At the University of Göttingen (Germany), from September till December 2009, as invited scholar to be part of interdisciplinary research teams on cultural property and intellectual property and innovation

At the University of Ghent, in Belgium, February-March 2007, for a course on the law and economics of contracts as part of the Erasmus Master's Programme in Law and Economics, organised jointly by the Universities of Bologna, Ghent, Hamburg and Rotterdam (course given in English) Course outline

At the University of Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne), Institute of Comparative Law, every year from 2000 to 2009 for an concentrated overview course on the economic analysis of law as part of the DEA in Anglo-American Business Law (course given in English

At St Peter's College, Oxford (August 2003, 2005, 2007) and at the University of Victoria (August 2002, 2004, 2006), as part of the International and Comparative Intellectual Property Law Summer Programme, for a course on the economics of intellectual property law.

Comités scientifiques

Membre du jury attribuant le prix annuel des cahiers de propriété intellectuelle

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Cours enseignés depuis les cinq dernières années

DRT2203 Droit civil : Contrats nommés (1er cycle)
DRT3008 Analyse économique du droit (1er cycle)
DRT6560 Analyse économique du droit (2e cycle)
DRT7003A Analyse économique du droit (3e cycle)
DRT6870C-6929C Droit de la propriété industrielle (2e cycle)
DRT3808 Droit de cyberespace (1er cycle)

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